Poland’s conservative Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki called on politicians and public figures Sunday to make the public debate more respectful after the slaying of Gdansk city mayor which raised calls for national reconciliation. Morawiecki said that the death of Pawel Adamowicz was a “great evil” that should be turned into something positive. Events were held
Polish and European officials joined thousands of people from across Poland Saturday for the funeral of Pawel Adamowicz, the slain mayor of the northern city of Gdansk. Adamowicz, 53, died Monday after being stabbed the night before at a charity event. The arrested suspect is an ex-convict with a grudge against an opposition party that
A deputy of Gdansk’s slain mayor says he has met with the attacker’s mother and that the family needs protection against hate messages. Mayor Pawel Adamowicz’s coffin will lie in state on Thursday and Friday at the Solidarity movement center in Gdansk to allow residents to bid farewell to the official, who was very popular.
Romania’s president on Friday refused a request from the justice minister to dismiss the county’s top prosecutor, who has clashed with the government over its commitment to fight corruption. President Klaus Iohannis said he wouldn’t fire Prosecutor General Augustin Lazar, a critic of a judicial overhaul that he and others say will make it harder